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Organize it! Solutions for Kids Clutter: Kids Storage Beds & Furniture

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Living with kids is not always the most glamorous when it comes to keeping a home tidy. Mountains of toys, crayons and the occasional lost sock can quickly pile up to create a giant mess. But, the good news is that there are plenty of solutions to make organizing and storage easy and fun. Reclaim your home with kids storage beds and furniture!

Shopping for kids storage furniture can get overwhelming. There are tons of considerations - what type of storage do I specifically need? Are we out of space in our closet and need more dressers for clothing? Do our toys take over our playrooms and kids rooms? Are there mountains of Legos and small items that need a quick, low drawer for small hands to access and put away? How can I incorporate storage organizers in each room without taking up too much space?

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Kids Beds with Storage

Let's start with the most logical room - the bedroom. Because kids often have small rooms, consider loft beds with storage to optimize the space underneath. Kids storage beds are extremely functional because you can integrate dressers, two-drawer units, four-drawer units, toy boxes and more so kids can store their necessities while also leaving valuable floor space for fun and games.


Under the Bed Kids Storage

Kids also enjoy sleeping in bunk beds, and if you go that route, you can easily still incorporate bunk bed storage with children's under bed storage drawers.


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These storage drawers also work with kids twin beds and day beds.


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Bedside Kids Storage

Sleeping up high also means your children don't have access to storage on the ground or under their beds, so I like the idea of adding bedside storage up high so they can read, snack and keep their books and items nearby. Here are a few I'm considering - bedside trays, racks and Maxpacks.


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Kids Dressers & Night Stands

If there isn't space for under bed storage, other types of organizers look great with furniture set. Try a hardwood dresser or nightstand and pick a timeless shade - like chestnut, natural or white - that you won't need to change in a few years. Many kids, especially girls, like white dressers - with or without mirrors - for their bedroom chest of drawers.


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And, if you want to add that flair, we really like the idea of simply changing out standard knobs for fun crystal knobs without breaking the bank!


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For Any Room: Kids Toy Storage & Bookcases

We all know that toys are usually the largest clutter culprit. Let's just store them! We really like toy boxes because they look good in so many spaces - even outside of the bedroom. Think about your mudroom, living room, play room, closet or den. Any room with that needs a window seat or nook to fill can use one of these toy boxes, which can hold more than just toys!


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Bookcases also work in pretty much any room of the home. Outside of toys, books tend to pile up in small stacks throughout our home. A kids bookshelf is the way to go. 


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These pieces of furniture transfer to any space and have many functions!


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Feel more organized this year, and don't worry about reconfiguring and changing things out later. You can do that with Maxtrix! Here's to a clutter-free kids room and playroom.